March 18, 2021

March 18, 2021

The Gr. 7-10s had a fantastic day on Wednesday to hit the slopes and enjoy the great weather and majestic mountain scenery. What a change from last year which was bitterly cold. Can’t complain about this last week of Winter! It will officially be Spring on Saturday.


It’s a busy last week before Spring Break – hold on to your hats!

FRI. MAR. 19 – Nakiska Ski Day (Gr. 1-6)

FRI. MAR. 19 – Re-enrollment forms due

MON. MAR. 22 – Healthy Hunger: Edo

TUES. MAR. 23 – TownHall, Fun Lunch, Non-uniform Day

TUES. MAR. 23 @ 7pm – Les Redick talk on ADHD: Students at Risk

THURS. MAR. 25 – Wrap-up Floor Hockey Party

Stay tuned for an email from Mr. Q with the details of the Floor Hockey Wrap-Up party happening after school.

FRI. MAR. 26– Action Friday: Tubing @ Norquay

SPIRIT WEEK – March 22-26

To help us celebrate the last week of school before Spring Break, we are having a Spirit Week complete with special theme days. Navigator Points are on the line for those who participate!

MON. MAR. 22 – SPIRIT WEEK: Jersey Day

TUES. MAR. 23 – SPIRIT WEEK: Casual Day

WED. MAR. 24 – SPIRIT WEEK: Crazy Hair Day

THURS. MAR. 25 – SPIRIT WEEK: Classroom Theme

FRI. MAR. 26 – SPIRIT WEEK: Hoodie Day

March 19 – Deadline

Return Re-enrollment Packages

Please return your Re-enrollment Package as soon as possible to secure your son’s spot for the 2021-22 school year. This will assist us in the planning we need to do for next year.

March 19 – Gr. 1-6 Nakiska Ski Day

We will be leaving the school at 8:30 after check-in and returning by 3:30 in time for students to take the bus home. There will be a tent, with one of our teachers present, where students can leave their belongings.

Masks are MANDATORY on the ski hill, in the lines and inside. Nakiska’s policy is: no mask, no ski. It is suggested that one brings an extra mask to wear when the other one gets wet or snowy. Check out Nakiska’s website for other Know Before You Go information.

March 23 @ 7pm – Les Redick Talk

ADHD – Students at Risk

On March 23, 2021, as part of the North Point Speaker Series, Mr. Les Redick, subject expert, will present the latest on ADHD.

As a parent of a severe ADHD child, Mr. Redick will share personal experiences as he speaks to topics like: Gaming / Homework / Emotional Regulation / Social Skills / Risky Behaviours / Etc. This presentation is free to attend and open to North Point families and the general community – bring a friend! We hope you can join us.

ADHD – Students at Risk
North Point School for Boys
2445 – 23 Avenue SW
March 23, 2021 at 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Please register on our Facebook Events page so we know how many to anticipate.

March 27 – April 11 – Spring Break – SCHOOL CLOSED

April 14 – Vaccinations: Gr. 7 & 9

Portfolio Leaderboard

The new Portfolio Leaderboard ranks North Point teams against other middle schools and high schools in our region. It is updated weekly on our Stock Market Game Resource Page. Take a virtual tour of all the Stock Market Game has to offer in lesson plans, functionality and impact on our students.

Student Perspective

Percy Jackson

by Riley Chapman

Does your son need to start reading? Or maybe needs a new book series? Well I have a solution for you! Percy Jackson!

Percy Jackson is a book series about Greek mythology, and also is a thrilling and exciting series. So not only is your son reading, but he’s actually learning about Greek mythology too! Also, to keep your son’s mind intrigued, there are many battles with swords, bows and even catapults! 

There are 5 books in the first series (there are multiple series). The first book, The Lightning Thief, is about how Percy is united with the other half-bloods like him (half god half human), and learns about the Greek culture. But… there is also a huge battle between Percy and the gods! By reading the title of the book, it’s pretty obvious what the battle was about. 

I don’t want to spoil it too much so I will tell you a little bit about the main characters in the book. There’s of course Percy Jackson, Chiron the centaur, Annabeth another half blood, and Grover the satyr (half man half goat). Some of the monsters are the hellhounds, skeletons, and cyclops (man with one eye)!

I would really recommend this book series! My favorite book is definitely Book 5, The Last Olympian. The second series is also great. It’s called The Heroes Of Olympus.

Stay tuned for my next article!



Contact Mr. Fagan to get your books counted. Don’t forget that Spirit Week participation will earn you Navigator points a well!


Floor Hockey is starting it’s final week of “play-offs” during lunches over the next week. Stay tuned for an email with details about a wrap-up party next Thursday!


March-April: Basketball 3 vs. 3
April-May: Badminton Singles & Doubles
May-June Soccer: 5 vs. 5

Tournaments will be held at the end of each month. Awards will be given at the following Townhall. There is a potential of off-site bookings for tournaments if COVID-19 restrictions will allow facilities to rent to the school.